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the roads have slick both directions. elsewhere westbound 580 word from some members of the kcbs phone force it's backed up heading from 205 to 280 slow to vasco road in livermore. eastshore freeway, this is a live look near ashby and berkeley. westbound 80 more than 20 minutes now from the carquinez bridge to the maze. you can see a few brake lights towards the maze. mass transit so far on time would be a great option today. and caltrain service the tracks are free and clear. we know there was that accident involving a union pacific train last night. so far no delay not impacting caltrain service this morning. that's a check of your "timesaver traffic." for the latest on the wet conditions outside let's go to lawrence to check on that. >> looks like it will be a fun day outside. back to winter in the bay area. our cameras are out early on to pick up rain outside. these located in the berkeley area early on. as the showers moved through. these are just the beginning. heavier rainfall later on. high-def doppler radar is picking up on some of the rain.
brake lights now through the altamont pass. kcbs mobile 1 drove through there. slowdowns from tracy to vasco road and improving toward the dublin interchange. northbound 880 approaching oak street we have another injury crash here. heading into downtown oakland, and there are some brake lights as far back as 23rd. we'll expect delays in the area. golden gate bridge nod too bad so far heading into san francisco. that's traffic. here's lawrence with a check of your forecast. >> cold around the bay area to start out the day. yesterday's stormy weather even snow on the mountains. now that cold air is left behind. the clouds are gone. if you head out a chilly start to the day especially in some of the valleys. temperatures below freezing. looks like it is going to warm up as we head into the afternoon. a little milder in the latter part of the day with sunny skies and mostly dry weather on the horizon. high pressure trying to sneak in here. that low that brought you the stormy weather sliding down into southern california to bring them some rain in
and camp jan wall on kcbs radio on her reviews. >> sure! >> i love you. if jan likes it, i am going! >> up next, maybe you have a film in you. it make money for you? and have when we return. . >>> welcome back, we are in movie mode here today. we have the author of inside facts for independent film makers here. welcome! >> thank you. it is good to be here. >> you are talking dollars and cents? >> you have to mow your audience and know there is an audience waiting for you so you can profit. there are 10,000 movies made in the u.s. each year, but only 5% get out to audiences. the other 95% don't even get seen, not even on netflix. >> wow! >> well, are indy films changing? are they going the way of bigger pictures once they get that kind of attention? >> it is very common for people who start directing indy films and leap up and lead very big films. look at christopher knowles and -- nolan and the batman movies. >> so, is it like these are had great stories i will make and now i am making big money so i will write the junk because that is what sells? >> well, i would not necessarily sa
let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. once again a member of the kcbs phone force letting us know what's going on in the crash heading into los gatos in the santa cruz mountains. not causing significant delays near idylwild road. as for the south bay what we're watching are new metering lights. they should be activated any moment. they haven't been yet through downtown san jose on northbound 280. but they were scheduled to be turned on for the morning drive for the commute from 6 to 10 a.m. we are going to take you live to the scene as soon as they turn them on. westbound 580 through the altamont pass slow, you will notice the yellow sensor, 26 minutes toward the dublin interchange, sluggish approaching vasco road. heavy traffic conditions through antioch, westbound 4 from a to lone tree and at the bay bridge they just activated the metering lights there so now we are stacked up behind that first overcrossing. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> a 14-year-old boy is in the hospital after he was hit
. kcbs radio rep >>> chopper 5 is live over the scene of a double shooting in san jose. a man and woman are believed to be dead right now. kcbs radio reports they were found in the bedroom of a home on bermuda avenue. the circumstances of the shooting are still unclear right now. we'll keep you posted. >>> it's almost but not quite over for the 4,000 passengers and crew stuck on a cruise ship in the gulf of mexico. this is a live look at that cruise ship right now as the carnival triumph is slowly being towed back to the port in mobile, alabama. it will be just a few more hours before the nightmare is over. >> not soon enough. cbs reporter randall pinkston tells us the passengers are losing hope after the ship suffered another setback this afternoon. >>> reporter: the broken-down carnival ship triumph is expected to finally dock it evening. >> this is going to be a long day. >> reporter: this afternoon a new problem. a tow line snapped as tugboats steered the stricken ship toward the terminal. the line was replaced and the slow journey re
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with elizabeth. >> we have some good sized delays now over at the bay bridge. we have word from a kcbs phone force member that there is a stall on the upper deck. they are working to clear it now but it is blocking one lane in the center anchorage portion of the upper deck so this is what it's doing behind the pay gates. so far those middle fastrak lanes are still getting by okay because they have not activated the metering lights yet but i have a feeling that will change any minute so in the meantime the outer cash lanes are backing up beyond the first overcrossing. elsewhere to our maps now, and it is pretty slow-and-go especially on highway 4. check out that stretch from a street toward lone tree way. also kind of sluggish if you're heading towards the richmond/san rafael bridge. they have a little bit of late running roadwork on westbound 580 approaching the toll plaza. so we are checking to see the number of lanes blocked. it was supposed to wrap up that overnight roadwork by 5:00 this morning but again we are still hearing there may be some lanes bloc
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clara home this morning after the bomb squad detonated a device in the front yard last night. kcbs radio's matt bigler is at the scene with the latest. >> reporter: frank, there's still a lot of evidence of this explosion in the front yard of this house. check it out. sandbags that were surrounding a hole that was dug by the bomb squad to explode this bomb- making material or chemicals that could be used to make a bomb. and that explosion distributed those sandbags across the front yard. here's what we know about how this all started. the chp served a search warrant at this house on humboldt in santa clara. they came across a homemade bomb or bomb-making material, something like that. they called in the bomb squad and conducted this operation. neighbors we talked to this morning said it wasn't a very loud explosion. in fact they didn't hear a secondary explosion which may tell you something about just how volatile this material was. all we know about the suspect ises he has been identified as 45-year-old everett basham and apparentlily allegedly m
an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. are on the scene of a shooting.. along the las vegas strip. there was some sort of shootout.. >>> las vegas police are on the scene of a shooting and this is right on vegas strip. >> you're looking at an aerial view right now. there was some sort of shootout apparently outside of the bally's casino. cbs affiliate in las vegas report that three people are dead. at least three more are injured. it set off a five-car accident including a taxi. it burst into flames. the damage that it left behind there. two people inside that car died. las vegas boulevard is shut down now from caesar's palace to paris a long stretch on that las vegas boulevard. but we are keeping an eye on this. we'll give you information. three people are dead right in the middle of the strip in front of bally's there. so we'll get more information. we'll pass it along. >> 4-year-old girl is being praised for pulling her 2-year- old sister from the wreckage of a car crash that killed their mother. troopers believe 26-year-o
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-dollar bounty on his head, holed up inside this hillside cabin, all captured on camera by local station kcbs. earlier, dorner allegedly burglarized a nearby home, tied up two women and stole their vehicle. one of them reportedly broke free and called for help. the massive response witnessed by our los angeles affiliate kabc. >> i'm here off of bryant street and highway 38 where we're seeing a massive -- i can't reiterate this, a massive police presence. >> reporter: during today's gunfire, two san bernardino county deputies were shot. >> one of our deputies is injured. unfortunately, one of our deputies passed away. as a result of his injuries. >> reporter: it brought the body count to four allegedly at dorner's hands. and others injured. he began his deadly rampage last sunday with a grisly double homicide. 28-year-old monica kwan and her fiance keith lawrence shot at close range as they sat in their car. a murder with no apparent motive. the couple had no known enemies. kwan was a popular college basketball coach. but she was also the daughter of a retired l.a. police captain, randy kwan.
charlie beck says in an exclusive interview with cbs affiliate kcbs his department will revisit details behind ex- cop christopher dorner's firing. >> i'm not doing this to appease him. i'm doing this so that the community has faith in what the police department does. >> reporter: that as s.w.a.t. teams go door to door searching homes in a wooded area now blanketed by snow even a popular ski resort. >> i think he's long gone, man. he's trained. he's not sticking around. >> reporter: police found his burned pickup truck near the big bear mountain ski resort tuesday. they recovered two rifles, handgun and ammo. >> my experience with mr. dorner was overwhelmingly positive. i never saw any indications in him that he was violent or particularly aggressive. >> reporter: until they have an idea of where dorner is hiding the lapd is on tactical alert and looking forward planning extra security for the grammys. >> their problems are very interesting. can they get enough comes to police the grammys? everybody is deployed on this. >> reporter: as police try to
kcbs he reopened the investigation into that claim. >> if he was to give himself up we would be glad to listen to what he has to say. >> in big bear, california police scaled back the search for dorner in the snow. the last clue investigators have of his whereabouts was thursday when officers found his burned pick up truck. the search has shifted to rely on information found into the investigation of dorner. >> help us to find dorner before he's able to kill again. >> dorner's victims are being remembered. a moment of silence at the cal state women's basketball game because monica quan should have been on the bench. >> she had a wonderful smile. that's what everybody remember remembers, her smile. >> dorner murdered quan and her fiance a week ago started his revenge killings. >> quan is the daughter of retired la police captain randall quan who represented dorner in the disciplinary hearing that led to his firing. >>> police are investigating the death of a woman at a clinic. the 29-year-old died last week while undergoing an abortion. pro life protestors said the clinic is known for
of evan and his crew were unknown. >> i was on the air with kcbs at the time of the fun fooir exchange when we got to safer position about 15 minutes later i
battle. cenk: that's exclusively from kcbs. we'll have more on that in a minute. >> the president's state of the union, how is the preparation going? >> mr. president how's the speech? >> we'll find out tonight! cenk: you know what else you'll find out tonight? the real progressive state of the union, right here on "the young turks," delivered by yours truly. it's go time. cenk: this christopher dorner story will not end. the cops still don't have him. two officers were wounded in a fight and unfortunately one is reported to have passed away. he's apparently in a cabin right now, as far as we can tell, but they still don't have christopher dorner after a gigantic manhunt here in l.a. kcbs had exclusive video and audio of the gunfight that happened between the cops and dorner earlier today. >> this was an incredible gun battle. >> that unfolded live on television. we could hear it. our reporter on the scene was right in the middle of it. cenk: now deputies in riverside are checking vehicles. this is of course outside of big bear. they just want to make sure, obviously and this man has evad
under way. there are reports that two officers have been shot and wounded. kcbs-kcal reporter carl evans was nearly caught in the crossfire and recorded this on his cell phone. [ gunshots ] >> reporter: the associated press is reporting dorner broke into a cabin and tied up a couple. one of them was able to get away and call police. dorner threatened warfare against the lapd. he is seeking revenge for being fired in 2008. >> and you are looking now at live pictures of the area, where police believe christopher dorner is. again, he is said to be holed up in a cabin. law enforcement officials surrounding that cabin root now. this is after a very intense gun battle, where two officers were shot. no word yet on their condition. also, three schools in this area are currently on lockdown. we're, of course, following this story closely for you. for now, though, that is the latest. live in new york, i'm alexis christoforous. now, back to you. >> and wjz, of course, is following this story. we'll bring you updates throughout the evening. >>> well, we
. deputies arrive. an intense firefight breaks out. a reporter for local station kcbs is also on the scene. >> we're standing here, we don't want to get caught in the cross fire ourselves. >> you, come here. >> me? >> come here. [ gunfire ] [ gunfire continues ] >> hey! get the [ bleep ] out of here now. >> reporter: this video shot by kcbs. [ gun fire ] >> reporter: two deputies are shot. >> returning fire. >> we have an officer down, officer down. >> they have an officer down. >> medic ship is in the air. >> reporter: one officer later dies at the hospital. dorner has now claimed four lives in his rampage. in an effort to get dorner out, police fire tear gas into the cabin and then begin to rip the walls down one by one. then -- >> we're going to go forward the plan, with the, with the burn. >> copy. >> reporter: flames and smoke begin to rise from the cabin. >> we have fire in the front. he might come out the back. >> reporter: still unclear how the fire started and spread. soon afterwards -- >> sounds like one shot fired from inside the residence. >> reporter: what we don't know, wheth
in san francisco. here to talk about that kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning. a much-needed earnings win for zynga. maker of past hits like mafia wars and farmville company still lost money $48 million not as much as expected, quite a bit less than it lost last year, 10 times as little. and also revenue of $311 million topped expectations anywhere between 50 and $100 million. interesting stat that sink da talked about one quarter of its 300 million users access their games vie were mobile devices for zynga and that's a big key going forward making sure it can make money off that now that its reliance on facebook has lessened over the past year. investors seemed to like those numbers. zynga shares up 5% in early trading right now. they were up 7% yesterday in anticipation of that report. market on a roller coaster ride the past few sessions. a couple of triple-digit swings. the dow is back up 99 points yesterday, once again closing in on 14,000. let's see how the numbers are doing in the early going. a little
a san jose condo complex. they say it looks like it was just an accident. kcbs radio's matt bigler joins us live on the telephone from san jose. are some of the streets closed off for the investigation? >> that's right, frank. the entire area around saint james and san pedro is blocked off as this investigation continues. it's around the city heights condo building downtown which is actually the first of the major condo high-rises to be built in the last five or six years or so. on the sidewalk is the body of this young woman who appears to have fallen to her death early this morning. here's what we know about what happened. sometime before 3:00 police got a call about a person down at the intersection. they arrived and found a 24- year-old woman who was declared dead. police say she fell from one of the upper stories of this 14 or so story condo building. they're not sure exactly or at least they haven't said exactly what story she may have been on. this does appear to be an accident. police say there is no foul play no sign of foul play and
area. kcbs airborne flew over the altamont pass and they spotted slow traffic on 205 towards airway boulevard. so that drive time is in the yellow 26 minutes to take you towards 680 in the dublin interchange. look at this. this just started to back up here in the last few minutes. westbound 237, looks something like this. 880 towards about sanger road. that's a check of your time saving traffic. traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. back to you guys. >>> america's trade deficit is at its lowest level in three years. here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks with more. >> reporter: good news on the u.s. economy this morning. trade deficit dropping 21% in december for $38.6 billion. that's the lowest level in nearly three years. helped out by a rise in imports thanks in particular to a big jump in oil production here in the united states. lowest level of oil production since february 1997 social networker linked in reported its earnings after the closing bell topping expectations revenue up 80% to over $300 million. linkedin st
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looking good. coming up we'll get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. abrejct injured by falling meteor in russia, according to officials. that number just raised from 750.....after that meteor blazed through the skies of russia today..... time is 6-- here's meteorologist lawrence with a chec >>> hundreds of people were injured after a meteor hit the ground in russia today. some unbelievable pictures. allotted of broken glass a lot of cuts and bruises, no fatalities just yet but they are still kind of sorting through it. >> up to 1,000 injured right now. >> it's just from the shock wave not from the actual meteor striking the earth. >> the shock wave of 33 miles an hour in the atmosphere. >> that was small. >> the power of an atomic bomb. >> you look at the craters in the moon and you realize, these kinds of things have gone on before. >> you said 33 miles an hour? >> 33,000 miles an hour. >> that thing was cooking! >>> around the bay area we have a lot of sunshine coming our way. it's going to be a gorgeous an as high pressure
on this final day of trading this week. we're going to check in with kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks right after the break. lysol believes no toilet is complete, until it's completely clean. lysol toilet bowl cleaner gives you maximum coverage from the rim down to the water line to kill 99.9% of germs. and removes stains better than clorox toilet bowl cleaner with bleach. so if you want to do the whole job, lysol's got you covered. lysol. mission for health. and for an incredibly clean and fresh bowl with every flush, try the no mess automatic toilet bowl cleaner. news cameras caught this mishap... a transit bus fi to a pole in kansa >>> a winter whiteout caughting problems for drivers in the midwest -- causing problems for drivers notice midwest. the bus will fishtail and look at the pole. boom. and the pole is coming down. the roads were so icy in the area yesterday, the regional transit system was shut down. the buses are operating again today. but moving a little slowly i bet. >> did you see that person standing next to the pole who got out of the way?
yesterday's big drop. kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks reports. >> reporter: wall street on the comeback after its worst session of 2013 down more than 200 yesterday. worries over italy's political system following partment try elections. that's reviving fierce of the debt crisis in europe -- fears of the debt crisis in europe. the market is coming back today. the case schiller report shows very solid gains year-over-year across its 20 city index of 6.8% from december. and across its national index for all 2012 up 7.3%. the bay area one of the standouts. up 14.4% in 2012 the second biggest game behind phoenix which was up 23%. let's look at the numbers and the market is looking better at the open. dow up 85 points. nasdaq is gaining 4. s&p is up by 6. frank and michelle, back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs news. >>> time for a look at what's coming up on "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell joins us now from new york. good morning, norah. >> reporter: good morning. the atmosphere around congress is often compared to a z
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radio partners kcbs their airborne flew over and they have stop and go traffic from tracy 205 to vasco road. the same thing on live sensors. that's a check of tour "timesaver traffic." you know lawrence wears his morning turtleneck when it rains so what are you going to do? they are all going to be sitting in a heap. >> i have had to leave them on a shelf for quite a while. maybe this next week. but in the meantime enjoy the sunshine, folks a great day ahead. we are looking at clouds early on this morning but throughout the day that is going to disappear for the most part. you will see more sunshine than clouds and the temperatures going to be warming up again and really i think we are just heading to the peak of the heat. won't come today. probably tomorrow the warm els day of the week thing changes for the weekend. that ridge of high pressure a flat ridge so we are seeing clouds dumping over top of it but in the meantime it's going to strengthen over the next day or so. these temperatures will get even warmer into friday maybe some mid s
, all captured on camera by kcbs. earli earlier, he tied up two women and stole their vehicle. 33-year-old dorner, a lieutenant in the u.s. nreserves, honorably discharged, had been fired in 2009 from the lapd. he threatened individual officers in an eight-page manifesto against the department that he posted online. police launched the largest manhunt in lapd history, following up on more than 1,000 tips. hundreds of officers crisscrossing the country for days, including efforts in tijuana, mexico, san diego county and big bear. the possible motive, all spelled out in that online manifesto where dorner accused specific officers of covering up police brutality by making him the scapegoat. he vowed revenge, writing when the truth comes out, the killing stops. so many questions remain as authorities now sift through the rubble on big bear mountain. i'm cecilia vega in los angeles. >> just so funny how this case developed. yesterday we were talking about he could have escaped to tijuana, mexico, and then he was still in the same general vicinity. >> under their noses almost. >> sometimes i
us on the internet. i am from kcbs radio. your moderator. this is part of the good lit series. now it is my pleasure to introduce our special guest today, d and alan zweibel. they need no introduction. dave barry won the pulitzer prize for his insightful and funny commons -- columns in the miami herald, which he wrote for 21 years. is the best-selling author of more than 30 bucks, none of which has won the pulitzer prize. you may remember the tv series "and dave swirled," which was about his life. fortunately for us, his wife is running a lot longer than the tv show. he has written a show with alan zweibel. please welcome dave barry and alan zweibel. [applause] >> thank you. >> thank you for the fairly lengthy introduction. those are going to go first. i am dave. first of all, we're thrilled to be here at the commonwealth club. i want to tell you a little bit about myself. i live in miami. i moved there in 1986 from the united states. [laughter] one of the things i always feel like i should do is to defend my city because it had a bad reputation, a bad image. the zogby does this or
captured on the air during kcbs' newscast. and another life was taken. >> unfortunately one of our deputies passed away as a result of his injuries. >> reporter: already accused of three murders, police say dorner promised to continue killing officers and their families in retaliation for being fired from the lapd. he also wrote in his alleged online manifesto that there would be no negotiating. an intense standoff with s.w.a.t. teams at this cabin led to more shots being fired. then, came this massive fire. authorities tell abc news, the body is believed to be christopher dorner. but they're still waiting to use forensic testing to positively identify the remains. rob and diana? >> all right, brandi. many thanks for that. of course, we're following all of the fast-moving developments in southern california. stay tuned for the latest update from police, coming up in a little while on "good morning america." >>> and our other main story this morning, the president's state of the union. republican leaders were quick to criticize mr. obama's speech. house speaker john boehner calling it, quote
minutes where the fate of evan and his crew were unknown. >> i was on the air with kcbs at the time of the fun fooir exchange when we got to safer position about 15 minutes later i realize hi left phone lean open and they heard me was rapid volley of gunfire. screaming from some of the deputy around there and then silence. i was able to get a phone to the deposit ty and call to the station and let them know i was okay then i remembered gosh my wife is probably watching this at home so i gave her a call too to let her know i was all right. >> i was putting our 2 kids did you know for a nap and i came back to my i-phone and saw 10 text messages
are also won 10 championships. magic johnson spoke by phone to kcbs today. >> when i first had to call him to tell him i had liver hiv, i had never seen dr. bus cry and we sat there and cried together. he held me like i was his son. i'm never going to forget that moment. >> jerry bus once said he just wanted the lakers to be l.a .'s team. >> everyday when i walk down the street at least two or three people come over and say i want to thank you for what you have done for me, my family, for the city of los angeles. its a been great entertainment. >> jerry bus put on an unforgettable show. bill whitaker, cbs news los angeles. >> there was an unforget -b8 price paid last night for a jacket worn by former president john f. kennedy. it was his air force one bomber jacket. it went for more than half a million dollars. more than 10 times the expected price. the jacket was part of a collection kept by kennedy's long time adviser david powers who died in 1998. >>> they bring modern medicine to people who believe illnesses are caused by evil spirits an amer
johnson spoke by phone to affiliate kcbs. >> when i first had to call to tell him i had hiv, i had never seen dr. buss cry. we sat there and cried together. and he held me like i was his son, you know. and i'm never going to forget that moment. >> reporter: jerry buss once said he just wanted the lakers to be l.a.'s team. >> every day when i walk down the street, at least two or three people come over and say, "i want to thank you for what you've done for me, for my family, for the city of los angeles. it's been great entertainment." and they make a point to say thank you, and i appreciate that. >> reporter: jerry buss put on an unforgettable show. bill whitaker, cbs news, los angeles. >>> a clash of two of the biggest powers in women's college basketball. number three uconn taking on top-ranked baylor and reigning player of the year, brittney griner. she played rough though. first she pulled uconn's stephanie dolson to the floor during a transition. then griner called for a flagrant foul and takes dolson to the floor again. in the second half she scored a free thr
fires as an l.a.p.d. officer in 2008. late today, chief charlie become told kcbs he would reopen the case. >>y don't do it to appease him. i do it so the public has confidence in the los angeles accomplice department. >> the mayor says the alert level remains high. >> you can't let your guard down. we're not letting our guard down. he's obviously someone who has planned this for some time. this is a very very dangerouster: dorne man. >> reporter: dorners thatpe threatened to attack what heca calls target-rich environments. the grammys take place here in los angeles tomorrow night, the l.a.p.d. will be out in force,in not only looking out for the safety of celebrities, but alsofe for themselves. jim. >> axelrod: carter evans in los angeles, thank you very much. mary ellen o'toole is a former profilers for the f.b.i. and joins us now in washington. surv mary ellen, these latest reports of survival gear, a broken axle on the truck, it would appear dorner has had to improvise. do what's the likely effect on the search now that he's had a change of plans? sear >> it's likely he's maki
can't duplicate. >> reporter: cbs news and kcbs technologist larry magid works at home. >> i work more efficiently at home. i think silicon valley lends is self for people to work at home, coffee shop, wherever, or at a beach as long as they sling their code or analyze their data or do their deals whether it's from an office phone or a cell phone or a laptop or tablet. i don't think it really matters. >> reporter: clearly, mayer is a driven woman. she only took two weeks maternity leave and wants like- minded employees but magid says he is disappointed. >> i would expect her to be focused on productivity and excellence rather than process. and i would really hope that she would figure out who the best employees and do whatever it takes to make them productive not worry about where they happen to be working. >> reporter: he doesn't believe this is the beginning of the end of telecommuting and he doesn't think we'll see a mass exodus from yahoo. he thinks over the long term they will modify the policy. ann notarangelo, kpix 5. >> drivers trying to
years. i was instructed to come down tonight based on a news item carried by kcbs. in my opinion, tomorrow's swearing in is a low point in san francisco. in my opinion, it continues the continuing trend of corruption in san francisco. when someone so young can be given a seat, something tells me that something is wrong in this city of san francisco. i was totally [speaker not understood] that district 7 was independent and i would like to see whether that's going to be really true or not. also, if ex supervisors elsbernd and chiu who are so sharp financially, how come they didn't contribute to any plan to save the 49ers? losing the 49ers is a black eye to the city of san francisco. and mayors brown, newsome, and lee, you share the blame along with board of supervisors. let's put it this way. somebody has to be blamed when things go wrong so, why not blame our leaders? in my opinion, detroit has been solved. norxv new orleans is on the way. and eventually, eventually, sadly i'll have to say san francisco will be added on the list and eventually it will be served. * and let's put i
by phone to affiliate kcbs today. >> when i first had to call him to tell him about -- you know, i had h.i.v., i had never seen dr. buss cry and we sat there and cried together and he held me like i was his son. and i've never -- i'm never going to forget that moment. >> reporter: jerry buss just said he wanted the lakers to be l.a.'s team. >> everyday when i walk down the street at least two or three people come over and say "i want to thank you for what you've done for me, for my family, for the city of los angeles. it's been great entertainment." and they make a point to say thank you and i appreciate that. >> reporter: jerry buss put on an unforgettable show. bill whitaker, cbs news, los angeles. >> pelley: well, there was an unforgettable price paid last night for a jacket worn by former president john f. kennedy. it was his air force one bomber jacket in an auction of kennedy memorabilia it went for more than half a million dollars. more than ten times the expected price. the jacket was part of the collection kept by kennedy's long-time advisor david powers who died in 1998. they b
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